A significant screening, attenuation and rolling dynamic compaction exercise on a London site enable the construction of a new industrial facility.

ENFIELD

PROJECT REPORT

Design

DGS was contracted to design and construct a permanent works solution for a new industrial facility in Enfield, London.

 

The works included a major crushing and screening operation, installation of attenuation, rolling dynamic compaction, verification and installing GPS super-structure ready foundations.

Process

DGS' works began in August 2017 with a 7500mscreening and subsequent crushing exercise.    The substantial level cut required saw material screened into single size aggregate material to lower costs.

 

After attenuation installation, rolling dynamic compaction was used to achieve  required CBR results.    GPS set footings, pads and bolts were then installed.

 

Finally, recovered aggregate type 1 material was then laid out to form a temporary works platform for the remainder of the project.

DGS Team

Site Engineer

Jacob Armstrong BSc (Hons) ACSM FGS GMICE

Site Manager

Mick Jackson

Geotechnical Engineer

Sarah Cooper BSc (Hons)

 

A significant screening, attenuation and rolling dynamic compaction exercise on a London site to enable the construction of a new industrial facility.

ENFIELD

PROJECT REPORT

Design

DGS was contracted to design and construct a permanent works solution for a new industrial facility in Enfield, London.

 

The works included a major crushing and screening operation, installation of attenuation, rolling dynamic compaction, verification and installing GPS super-structure ready foundations.

Process

Process

DGS' works began in August 2017 with a 7500mscreening and subsequently crushing exercise.    The substantial level cut required saw material screened into single size aggregate material to lower costs.

 

After attenuation installation, rolling dynamic compaction was used to achieve  required CBR results.    GPS set footings, pads and bolts were then installed.

 

Finally, recovered aggregate type 1 material was then laid out to form a temporary works platform for the remainder of the project.

DGS Team

Site Engineer

Jacob Armstrong BSc (Hons) ACSM FGS

Site Manager

Mick Jackson

Geotechnical Engineer

Sarah Cooper BSc (Hons)

A significant screening, attenuation and rolling dynamic compaction exercise on a London site enable the construction of a new industrial facility.

ENFIELD

PROJECT REPORT

Design

DGS was contracted to design and construct a permanent works solution for a new industrial facility in Enfield, London.

 

The works included a major crushing and screening operation, installation of attenuation, rolling dynamic compaction, verification and installing GPS super-structure ready foundations.

DGS' works began in August 2017 with a 7500mscreening and subsequently crushing exercise.    The substantial level cut required saw material screened into single size aggregate material to lower costs.

 

After attenuation installation, rolling dynamic compaction was used to achieve  required CBR results.    GPS set footings, pads and bolts were then installed.

 

Finally, recovered aggregate type 1 material was then laid out to form a temporary works platform for the remainder of the project.

DGS Team

Site Engineer

Jacob Armstrong BSc (Hons) ACSM FGS

Site Manager

Mick Jackson

Geotechnical Engineer

Sarah Cooper BSc (Hons)

A significant screening, attenuation and rolling dynamic compaction exercise on a London site to enable the construction of a new industrial facility.

ENFIELD

PROJECT REPORT

Design

DGS was contracted to design and construct a permanent works solution for a new industrial facility in Enfield, London.

 

The works included a major crushing and screening operation, installation of attenuation, rolling dynamic compaction, verification and installing GPS super-structure ready foundations.

Process

DGS' works began in August 2017 with a 7500mscreening and subsequently crushing exercise.    The substantial level cut required saw material screened into single size aggregate material to lower costs.

 

After attenuation installation, rolling dynamic compaction was used to achieve  required CBR results.    GPS set footings, pads and bolts were then installed.

 

Finally, recovered aggregate type 1 material was then laid out to form a temporary works platform for the remainder of the project.

DGS Team

Site Engineer

Jacob Armstrong BSc (Hons) ACSM FGS

Site Manager

Mick Jackson

Geotechnical Engineer

Sarah Cooper BSc (Hons)

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A significant screening, attenuation and rolling dynamic compaction exercise on a London site to enable the construction of a new industrial facility.

ENFIELD

PROJECT REPORT

Design

DGS was contracted to design and construct a permanent works solution for a new industrial facility in Enfield, London.

 

The works included a major crushing and screening operation, installation of attenuation, rolling dynamic compaction, verification and installing GPS super-structure ready foundations.

Process

DGS' works began in August 2017 with a 7500mscreening and subsequently crushing exercise.    The substantial level cut required saw material screened into single size aggregate material to lower costs.

 

After attenuation installation, rolling dynamic compaction was used to achieve  required CBR results.    GPS set footings, pads and bolts were then installed.

 

Finally, recovered aggregate type 1 material was then laid out to form a temporary works platform for the remainder of the project.

DGS Team

Site Engineer

Jacob Armstrong BSc (Hons) ACSM FGS

Site Manager

Mick Jackson

Geotechnical Engineer

Sarah Cooper BSc (Hons)